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Cornell Conference on Open Access Scholarship: Recent submissions
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(2005-06-24)This is a collection of the combined presentation which were presented at this conference: (1) Agenda; (2) The Cornell Library and Its Contributions to Open Access by Sarah E. Thomas, C. A. Kroch University Librarian; ...
(Cornell Chronicle, 2005-05-05)Cornell's DSpace, an online digital archive administered by Cornell University Library to make university scholarship freely available, is offering new options for the university's scientists and scholars with the creation ...
(2005-06-24)George Kozak, Digital Library Information Technology of the Cornell Library and DSpace Administer presented the "Quick Submit" process which was developed at Cornell University to help users to get their submissions quickly ...
(2005-06-24)J. Robert Cooke, Biol. and Env. Engr., presented the efforts of Internet-First University Press as an open access publishing effort using DSpace including the concepts of print-on-demand and DVDs for videos.
(2005-06-24)Gail McMillan, Director, Digital Library and Achives, Virginia Tech presented the pros and cons of electronic submissions of theses and dissertations. She used the experience of the Networked Digital Library of Theses and ...